costume piece

costume piece

n
(Theatre) any theatrical production, film, television presentation, etc, in which the performers wear the costumes of a former age. Also called: costume drama
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It's a costume piece, and in you rush in your ordinary clothes.
Yes, Bunny, it's been more of a costume piece than I intended, and we've come out of it with a good deal less credit.
Why, of course, a costume piece with a male star is a hundred times more effective.'
Stitch up a freestanding lace costume piece to quickly attach to a headband.
Examples of de-roling techniques include shaking limbs and body to literally shake the character off, or ritualistically stepping out of a performance by handing back a character's specific prop or costume piece to a director.
Depending on the Halloween costume or costume piece, most items should be available under Prime, but check before you wait until the absolute last-minute.
Every single costume piece, material, object, music track and any other creative goodies that you have collected in earlier games will be imported into LBP 3.
Our only costume piece was a buffalo horn headdress with a distinctive Southern Plains brow band.
Paris In Midnight is a 1920s Jazz-Age period costume piece featuring Wilson, Marion Cotillard and Adrian Brody told largely in flashbacks.
The Village People ushered in the end of the '70s as a group of gay icons with the perfect amount of hair in the perfect places hair as costume piece.
Subsequent successes were Quadrille (1952), a costume piece, and Song at Twilight (1966), a partly autobiographical play about a homosexual writer at the end of his career.
Whether it's celebrating a favorite character or getting to make a costume piece that challenges their skills, it's the fun that draws the cosplayers to the hobby.